The latest notebook processor, Apple Silicon M1, is among the most wonderful features that Apple has revealed in recent years. But it wasn’t the extent of it. An online leak reports that the M1X, the next generation of Apple’s processors, is on the way and would make the M1 look sluggish.
The first M1-powered MacBook was only launched by Apple, and the MacBook Air and MacBook Pro definitely attracted a number of eyes in late 2020. First of all the analysis lauded the speed of the Apple Silicon processor, which began Mac’s switch away from Intel processors.
The M1 Air and M1 Pro are virtually identical machines, providing the very same high-end efficiency. Owing to its aggressive cooling, the Pro has a small efficiency advantage over the Climate. The additional fan enables the Pro to run for a long time at maximum output. Another big gain is battery life, with the M1 Pro lasting several hours longer than M1 Air once charged.
There may be a legitimate point in waiting a bit if you have not yet jumped on the M1 bandwagon. In the first half of 2021, Apple officially plans to introduce the upgraded M1 MacBook which will provide consumers with at least one amazing new feature.
For a couple of years, Apple has been focusing on mini-LED technologies, although in the future it does not plan to use the latest screen technology on all its computers. Mini-LED displays, along with the option to turn each mini-LED on and off, can offer certain improvements over current LCD LED screens. This would allow a higher pixel density, better blacks, and improved brightness.
Reports by Digitimes reveal that the first iPad Pro-Mini LED will be launched in the first quarter of 2021. In the second quarter, mass development of the first Mini LED MacBook Pro will begin. Suppliers based in Taiwan are now working on mini-LED components that can be used in these goods. The M1 MacBook Pro with an LED screen will be manufactured by Quanta Computer and Foxconn Mini.
Further information about the iPad Pro or MacBook Pro that has mini-LED displays is not included in the article. But the popular Ming-Chi Kuo said a few days ago that in the second half of 2021, Apple plans to introduce further MacBooks with Apple Silicon. He said there will be a redesign of the units, without explaining what might change. The analyst reported earlier that in 2021, Apple would announce 14-inch and 16-inch MacBooks with Apple Silicon.